The Rising Font

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The Rising Font

Postby Phil.Priest » Wed Apr 27, 2011 9:59 am


The sun beats down on the elven occupied forts of what the humans named ‘Pathway’. Eight moons had past since the return of Erathil and the subsequent over throwing of three of the four forts.

The elven nation was rebuilding and its power growing. The Heartlands would eventually be home to all but the disloyal elves, after all many of the Coshwoods were supporting the changes to come.

Since Dvarni’s downfall the elven people had been scattered and broken, and now things were looking up. He had a decree to install a centre of magic within the elven lands, one that would serve the throne and, if required, work with the armies. All he had to do was find somewhere to operate from within Pathway.

The forts had more then enough suitable buildings for what he wanted, however finding the right one… more than likely the rituals would be performed within the ritual chambers in Dvarni.


Finally it was settled, a cluster of buildings within the middle fort, the former building of the healing centre with other neighbouring buildings would suffice. Earth mages would help manipulate the stone to enclose them.

The towering ex-healing centre would become a building for tuition and practice of the magical arts; of course some areas would be inaccessible to all but the high ranking practitioners. A neighbouring building would become sufficient for a library.
A small building, which appears to have been some kind of hostel, would work as a ritual chamber with the front area housing supplies for such… the building had to be strengthened first.

It was imperfect, however for now it was more than adequate.


Approaching each building separately the figure laid a hand on the doors, a soft whisper and rush of power and a symbol was burned into the heavy wood. They were marked enough for now… renovations and alterations would be easy and quick for them; after all they had magic to speed the process along…


Next, they had to begin ensuring they had adequate supplies… All three forts had been suitably equipped for the humans and the army had stopped any looting, so the stores and any places of learning or magic (along with mage residences) would still have anything that wasn’t perishable…


This is the best place for our newest establishment… from here they would be well defended (with the right enchantments on the buildings) and able to assist in defending the three forts.


The Font and Knowledge and Power had a place to operate from.
Kalist, Hope-Bringer, The Emissary of Hope
Lazar, God of Darkness
D'arvan Weyoun of House Aerielys
"Every man is guilty of all the good he didn't do"

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Re: The Rising Font

Postby Phil.Priest » Sun May 15, 2011 9:25 pm

The buildings selected to be formed into the foundation of The Font of Knowledge and Power had been manipulated. High, thick, walls surrounded the compound, the buildings were linked and the area had one entrance.

The interior of the buildings were slowly being outfitted from the various ex-human places throughout the forts, or in some cases acquired from other sources. Varya didn’t have many issues with supplying High Elves...

Now was the time to begin the next phase. Recruiting elven mages of each creed, many would be directed to them through the militant ranks and subsequent hearsay; however any outside of the Heartlands would not find them quite so easily.

A short time later a letter was scribed and with invoked magic a teleportation was made active to deliver said letter to its destination.

The effects of the letter could be interesting...
Kalist, Hope-Bringer, The Emissary of Hope
Lazar, God of Darkness
D'arvan Weyoun of House Aerielys
"Every man is guilty of all the good he didn't do"


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